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Saturday, June 23, 2007

Thanks to Pete from Panoramic Earth for getting in touch about his website which features over 800 fast loading panoramic photos from locations around the world.
The one above is the Charles Bridge in Prague.

There is also a blog, which features regular updates on the travels of Peter Watts. I am very jealous as I have just been reading about his travels to Skye, and there are lots of panoramas on the island now. This makes a free alternative to some of the paid-for collections that are available..

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At 9:59 AM, Anonymous OllieBray said...

Nice link!

 
At 9:08 AM, Blogger peterwatts said...

Pretty cool! But then I could be just a tiny bit biased! ;)

The site can accept 360 panoramas from anyone who makes them, so feel free to give it a go. Recent images and photographers are listed on the home page.

 

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